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==  Hurraki is a Web page  ==
 
Hurraki is a work of [http://www.hephephurra.de/ Hep Hep Hurra].
 
Hurraki is a dictionary in Plain Language.
 
 
Hurraki use a [[Wiki]]-System.
 
Like the popular Wikipedia.
 
 
== Goal ==
 
Many written and spoken words are complicated.
 
Some people don`t understand difficult words and text.
 
 
'''Words and Text on Hurraki should be for anyone.
 
Everybody should understand.
 
No one should be excluded.
 
Everybodyhave the right to understand information.
 
With Plain Language, everybody can understand
 
 
== participate ==
 
Plain Language is important.
 
It is not baby talk.
 
 
Everybody can learn to speak and write in Plain Language.
 
Needs some practice.
 
But it is also fun.
 
 
== Hurraki is a free project ==
 
 
 
[[Category:Hurraki]]
[[de:Hurraki:Über Hurraki]]

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